was triple Ds origin mystery revealed in project superpowes chapter 2
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According to Brubaker, who basically thought up his own interpretation of Captain America that many fans now consider comic law, he is superhuman.
Accordiing to orginal intent/portrayal, along with normal intent/portrayal, no, not at all.
So yes, I guess you would say it depends on who is writing him.
the torch is actually depicted killing Hitler, so naturally I am more inclined to believe him.lol
Hammond is no cold-blood killer, but he can and has kiilled before. He killed the man who shot his partner, Toro. He also has recently threatened to destroy the Earth, That is, if The Mad Thinker had infected all of it's life with his mind-control
He is also depicted dying, not just Hammond setting him ablaze, here:
" @Vance Astro said:I could have sworn you already responded to this.Anyway,Clint is a MASTER strategist,Deadshot is not."
"@namorsubby said:deadshot has used that same "strategy" several times. I guess that makes him a "strategist" "
" hiding and taking cover is the same thing.see what i'm saying, for clint to win he has to be hiding and get the drop on deadshot before he notices him.......that's already givng way too much of the benefit of the doubt to clint. if they're in the open, clint is dead.if they both are aware of each other, clint is dead. let's say deadshot hides and gets the drop on him, what about that?deadshot>clint "No it's not.Taking cover is putting yourself out of harms way until you can do what you need to to win.Hiding is putting yourself out of harms way for good with no intention of fighting back.Yes.That's right Clint would have to get the drop on him because he doesn't have superhuman reflexes and he has the inferior weapon.If Deadshot gets the drop on Clint,obviously he kills Clint but Clint is the strategist not Deadshot."
yeah........deadshot's only smart enough to fool other master strategists like batman and deathstroke.......certainly not a master strategist.